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[[Ptaah]], [[Semjase]], and [[Asket]] explained to [[Eduard]] that about the Egyptian pyramids, the first pyramids were built around 73,300 years ago or so, but later dismantled again because they fell to decay, namely through rotting in the interior as well as through the weather. In particular, this refers to the Pyramids of Giza but also to many other pyramids all over the world. Afterwards, everything was rebuilt, which should have happened around 10,800 or 11,000 years ago. At this time, about 300 years before the Great Flood, a certain king Sahluk was the person of power, who ordered the dismantling and alteration of the Great Pyramid of Giza and allowed this to be carried out. But again, everything mouldered over the course of the following millennia and fell to decay, so about 4,500 years ago,<ref>before year 2000</ref> an enormous pyramid work resulted once more, as everything that was mouldering and decaying was torn away, removed, and replaced; thus, accordingly, new stone blocks were cut and then dragged and set up by human power. At the same time, the main pyramid completely lost its internal structure and organization, and it was built anew under the strict power of Cheops<ref>Pharaoh Khufu is well known under his Hellenized name Khêops or Cheops. Hellenize is a fancy word for saying made ancient Greek in character.</ref> and completely revamped. Therefore, one can very well say that the current pyramid of Giza can actually also be called the Pyramid of Cheops, even though its actual origin traces back to other and partly Earth-foreign builders from the constellation of Orion, and indeed, to a time of two stellar ages ago, one of which is reckoned as around 36,650 years, and thus, in a 2-times form, yields a time of 73,300 years, whereby this time must be set before the Islamic Hegira,<ref>Hegira or Hijrah is the migration or journey of the Islamic prophet Muhammad and his followers from Mecca to Yathrib, later renamed by him to Medina, in 622 CE.</ref> however. And when we speak of the Pyramid of Giza, we always speak of the pyramid that must be seen as the original pyramid, even if today, the new production is addressed, which is, of course, already about 4,500 years old and is exposed to rotting and decay, and which also no longer exhibits its original measure of 152.5 meters in height but only 146 or 148 meters. This '''great pyramid''', together with the others, is aligned in its formatting to the constellation of Orion, while the Khafre structure, I mean the Sphinx structure, was aligned to the constellation of Leo. The new pyramid, as well as all the others and the Sphinx structure, were built in more recent times, so about 4,500 years ago, solely by Earth people, by their own forces. The builders were early Egyptians, like also the largest part of the workers, who were free people and artisans to a certain part, while many others, who came in small numbers as slaves from other countries, had to perform their hard work, together with a small number of domestic slaves. That majority of the workers, however, was based on free Egyptians. For the purpose of the nourishment of all workforces, a veritable industrial food-city was built near the pyramid, and also mass campsites were provided for resting and sleeping, as well as tombs for the many deceased, who were at work there.<ref>[[Contact Report 222]]</ref>
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==How was the Great Pyramid built?==
 
==How was the Great Pyramid built?==
 
From the FIGU Forum (Questions Answered by Billy):
 
From the FIGU Forum (Questions Answered by Billy):

Revision as of 12:24, 22 October 2016

Ptaah, Semjase, and Asket explained to Eduard that about the Egyptian pyramids, the first pyramids were built around 73,300 years ago or so, but later dismantled again because they fell to decay, namely through rotting in the interior as well as through the weather. In particular, this refers to the Pyramids of Giza but also to many other pyramids all over the world. Afterwards, everything was rebuilt, which should have happened around 10,800 or 11,000 years ago. At this time, about 300 years before the Great Flood, a certain king Sahluk was the person of power, who ordered the dismantling and alteration of the Great Pyramid of Giza and allowed this to be carried out. But again, everything mouldered over the course of the following millennia and fell to decay, so about 4,500 years ago,[1] an enormous pyramid work resulted once more, as everything that was mouldering and decaying was torn away, removed, and replaced; thus, accordingly, new stone blocks were cut and then dragged and set up by human power. At the same time, the main pyramid completely lost its internal structure and organization, and it was built anew under the strict power of Cheops[2] and completely revamped. Therefore, one can very well say that the current pyramid of Giza can actually also be called the Pyramid of Cheops, even though its actual origin traces back to other and partly Earth-foreign builders from the constellation of Orion, and indeed, to a time of two stellar ages ago, one of which is reckoned as around 36,650 years, and thus, in a 2-times form, yields a time of 73,300 years, whereby this time must be set before the Islamic Hegira,[3] however. And when we speak of the Pyramid of Giza, we always speak of the pyramid that must be seen as the original pyramid, even if today, the new production is addressed, which is, of course, already about 4,500 years old and is exposed to rotting and decay, and which also no longer exhibits its original measure of 152.5 meters in height but only 146 or 148 meters. This great pyramid, together with the others, is aligned in its formatting to the constellation of Orion, while the Khafre structure, I mean the Sphinx structure, was aligned to the constellation of Leo. The new pyramid, as well as all the others and the Sphinx structure, were built in more recent times, so about 4,500 years ago, solely by Earth people, by their own forces. The builders were early Egyptians, like also the largest part of the workers, who were free people and artisans to a certain part, while many others, who came in small numbers as slaves from other countries, had to perform their hard work, together with a small number of domestic slaves. That majority of the workers, however, was based on free Egyptians. For the purpose of the nourishment of all workforces, a veritable industrial food-city was built near the pyramid, and also mass campsites were provided for resting and sleeping, as well as tombs for the many deceased, who were at work there.[4]

How was the Great Pyramid built?

From the FIGU Forum (Questions Answered by Billy):

I hope you have been well.

This may seem mundane to you.
There is still much controversy & uncertainty on how the Great Pyramid was built.
Could you please shed some light on exactly how the Great Pyramid was built.(i understand it was built aprox 73,000 years ago)
Were other Megaliths constructed using the same methods ?

ANSWER: Hi Steve,

Only a very small part of the work was done with the aid of telekinetic devices/forces. Most of the work was executed by about 200,000 slaves (plus animals) over a time period of many decades. A huge number of the slaves died during this process. (Altogether a very impressive work!)

The Megaliths were also constructed by human being's hand labor.[5]

Why were the Egyptian pyramids built?

From the FIGU Forum (Questions Answered by Billy):

For what purpose or purposes was the Great Pyramid built for and who actually created the design & wanted it built ?


ANSWER: Hi Steve,

The pyramids were built for protection reasons (to give shelter from a prophesied catastrophe). Beside this, astronomical information was interwoven into the construction.[6]

References

  1. before year 2000
  2. Pharaoh Khufu is well known under his Hellenized name Khêops or Cheops. Hellenize is a fancy word for saying made ancient Greek in character.
  3. Hegira or Hijrah is the migration or journey of the Islamic prophet Muhammad and his followers from Mecca to Yathrib, later renamed by him to Medina, in 622 CE.
  4. Contact Report 222
  5. http://forum.figu.org/cgi-bin/us/discus.cgi?pg=next&topic=12&page=2685
  6. http://forum.figu.org/cgi-bin/us/discus.cgi?pg=next&topic=12&page=2685